Monday, 9 October 2017

Cinereous tit (Parus cinereus) - 134 - Image 3 Vilas Sawant originally shared: Cinereous tit (Parus cinereus) - 134 - Image 3 These birds are usually seen in pairs or small groups that sometimes join mixed-species foraging flocks. They forage mainly by gleaning, capturing insects (mainly caterpillars, bugs and beetles) that are disturbed and will also feeding on buds and fruits.They sometimes use their feet to hold insects which are then torn with their beak. They may also wedge hard seeds in a bark crevice before hammering them with their beak#photomaiaindia +Photo Mania India +Walli Werner +Hans-Juergen Werner#WildlifeInTheCity +WILDLIFE in the City curated by +Edith Kukla#birdloversandwildlife#Animalia +Animalia#birdsofindia #beautifulbeautifulbirds #beautifulbirds #birdsinfocus #birdsociety #birdsoftheworld #birdlovers#birdphotography #birdphotographs #birds #bird #amazingbirds #naturelovers #wildlifephotography #wildphotographer #wildlife #nature #birding#birds +BestTopPhotographer#naturephotography #natureandwildlife#BTPBirdPro – +BTP Bird Pro . owned by +Nancy Dempsey ,curated by +Lynn Wiezycki#btpbirdpro +BTP Bird Pro +Rinus Bakker +Nancy Dempsey ,curated by +Lynn Wiezycki#hqspbirds +HQSP Birds curated by +Andy Brown +Dilip Mundkur and +Ian Calland#Birds4All by +Ricky L Jones +Walter Soestbergen (+Birds4All)#birdsgallery +Birds GALLERY +Heinrich Wagner +Susan Wilkinson#hqspbirds +HQSP Birds +Suzi Harr +Mark Rayner +Anja Wessels +Terrie Gray#animalia +Animalia +Adelphe BACHELET +Birds +Bird Poker +Birds in Focus +Birds4All +Beautiful Beautiful Birds +birds View full size (2343x1903)


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